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COMMERCIAL.

I.xi'ort? o: New Zealand produce during the week ended Tuesday January 19, were valued as pillows ;—Butter, £17.182: la i .’ 4 21: frozen lamb, £54,003; lro.;e:i mutton. £148,073; frozen boef, etc.. £'3 Mi , on ami pulse. £1,271; bides aa. I s!n:s. 111.602; flax and tow, £15,802; teieuv, Ko.oo'l: timber, £59; wool, PEARi, BARLEY. Tl:-.- pri.e of near! barley has advanced nn itiicr £5 per mn. and is now quoted lit £2l 10s. AI'FTRAI. iA N PHOD UC E At A RKETS. Press Association—By Telegraph—Copyright. >Vi)NEV. January 21. 1 bo- ; Tasmanian. 4? 2d to 4? bd ; New Zee laud ,\ ibirioKs. 4s 4d : B Gurtons, 4s 2s. B.M-iy : Cape, 4s; English. 4s 3d. .Main-, os in 5- Id. Potatoes ; Tasmanian, £3 us I-. £3 10s. Onions : Victorian, £ll. ibilt -r adeemed 4.- —.-Mealed, I2os ; seconds. 112- to 110s. ('tices-a, 6ld to 7(1. Ibe-.-n, 9-i to iiOd. AIMIEAITIE. January 21. Wheat ; M-iLrs u.-k 7s 3.J for large lots, and buy;;? offer Is. Fi.nir, All 5 10s. Bran. £2. Pollard. £2 4s. fiats : Algerian. 4? £b MELBOURNE, January 22. (Jleceivi-.i January 22, at 10.25 a.m.) Wheat, 7s 3-1 to 7s CM. Flour, £ls 10s. Burley ; Engl'isii. 5s 9d to 5s lid : Cape. 4s, 3d to •!- 7d. fiats : Algerian. 4s 6d. ALiia.e. us 2A■ 5. Potatoes, £3 to £4. On ion?. £7 o> £3. VU.’TuR lAN HIDE SALES. Press Association—By Telegraph—Copyright. MEI.BOURNF, January 21. I. here vv.-ic small supnlies and keen eumpetitimi to-day. Hides were g<l dearer. THE WOOL FALLS. Press Association—By Telegraph—Copyright. LONDON. January 21. iRw-hvd January 22. at 11.50 a.m.) Wool. —Prices unchanged, and strong com petition et opening rates; N.Z. Btd-Lcxe.-aJ. tori 23Li, average 20L1; Akitiu. top IG-Ui. avemge Isid. Bnultur-L —A stivug demand, ai! sorts ar,- advan; ing. SYDNEY S.M.F.S,

FA'DNFV. January 21. ':■■■ ? woo! sales <dosed strong, au-1 implored prices were iinnly maintnined. An advancing teu<lcucy was sh'-wn, e-i-e-nally for cross-breds. There -.-.a- bind; com pet i t ion. buyers including Amm-ii ir.;,--. .jatninese, and French. Merinos tinu-hed L-kL ami oross-breds 15Id. hi-b ar<• record.', fur the season. THE AIARKETS. Press Asso-ia-ion—By Telegraph—Copyright, LONDON. January 21. (Re, ei ved January 22, at .11.50 a.m.) l'u - ;er.—.A shade easier owing to the weaker lona- c! Tbnu?h. '1 here )s good inqn::y f-n - colonial at late rates, but de- - -nr. f hoe?--. -- \ cry firm, tbc ),i-a,- <lisr-hargc ■; a'i-I:i g didicuity in. filling Go\-ernmcnt auwu. New Z'-alami. 32? to S3?, i ’.an. m.- Finn.

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COMMERCIAL., Evening Star, Issue 15707, 22 January 1915

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COMMERCIAL. Evening Star, Issue 15707, 22 January 1915

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